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seeking the nomination for new york city mayor will be meeting in a televised debate. you can watch it live here on c- span and listen to it on c-span radio. this is the latest -- the latest in a series of debates between the candidates. the democratic primary is go to for tuesday, september 10. if no candidate -- if no candidate receives 40% of the vote, a runoff will take place. the race continues to make national headlines and for the next hour, we will put the candidates and their campaign into perspective. joining us from new york is kate taylor. thank you for being with us. >> my pleasure. >> three weeks to go, set up this race. what are you looking at? none of the candidates get 40% and the primary, there will be a runoff between the top two candidates. you have three candidates, christine quinn, bill thompson, and de blasio in a very tight race. poll, christine were and bill de blasio tied. we will see some very intense back-and-forth. some of the issues you will see, our term limits --christine quinn made a very controversial decision to lift the term limits. you'll also
american cities, including pittsburgh and new york. man: new york city went to philadelphia and said, "you know, we're thinking of developing a hudson river water supply -- what do you suggest we do?" and they said, "we've had "a lot of problems on the schuylkill. "don't go to the hudson river. go to the upland and work by gravity." and that's what new york city did. they first went to the hudson highlands, but 150 years later, it went to the delaware highlands. and really diverted the water that normally went to philadelphia to new york city. i don't think they anticipated that. narrator: the majority of new york city's drinking water comes from watersheds in upstate new york. a watershed is the area of land where water from rain or snow melt drains downhill into a body of water. mountains act as a funnel to feed rivers and lakes. and in this case, reservoirs. in the new york city system, water is collected and stored in 19 reservoirs, which can hold more than a year's supply -- over 580 billion gallons of water. almost all of the system is fed by gravity, without the use of energy-consum
with the city of new york which the last week or so, the stop and frisk program is unconstitutional. i want to ask you a question quickly. the criminal justice system is broken on so many levels, i need to tell you it is also broken for latino americans and latinos in this country as well. the exacerbation of the criminal justice -- might as well quote what it is, punishment industry because we do punishment very well in the united states. we still incarcerate more persons per capita than any country in the world regardless, desperate to might be ruling, tyrannical people who may rules those countries, regardless of oligarchies, doesn't make a difference. we put more people behind bars in the united states because it is an effective social to lend the same social tool visited upon and create havoc on african-american community is creating havoc in the latino community in the united states as well and as a result what we are dealing with in new york city is the intersection between policeing which makes sense and policeing which is completely anathema to the kind of issues that have to be do
morning and "the new york times> s." take you live to new york city and a live simulcast of the democratic mayoral debate . seven candidate participating and the primary is set for tuesday, september 10. you can watch this debate online at any time at www.c-span.org. we >> good evening and welcome to debate formocratic new york mayor. we are joined by 1000 new yorkers and i have my panelists. the city hall bureau chief for the new york times and grace, reporter for new york one. this will be an uninterrupted conversation about issues where you will get a chance to learn more about the seven democratic candidates seeking to become the next mayor. #nyc2013 on twitter. this is part of the official new york debate program administered by the city campaign finance board. they managed the public matching funds program designed to small dollare contributions. gather partners to bring these debates. of the city of new york, the hispanic federation, citizens for new york city, transportation , and timees, wnyc warner cable. let's introduce the seven candidates. deldable all seo --
to stand, are people that live in minority communities. 97% of the shooting victims in new york city last year were people of color, black or latino. also issued a warning for why the rest of america should care. >> this happens throughout america in any police jurisdiction. you have to do it. officers have to have the right of inquiry, if they see suspicious behavior. and this case has to be appealed in my judgment because it will be taken as a template and has significant impact in policing throughout america. >> i agree with ray kelly, bolling, what's your thoughts? >> i did a ton of research for real. i had the top ten most popular cities in the country, new york, l.a., chicago, houston, philadelphia, and matched it against whether they have stop and frisk. then matched it further against what their violent crime rates were. on friday, i was in favor of stop and frisk. i have to tell you something, some of the cities with the highest violent crime rate have stop and frisk. i took the top cities, most dangerous, flint, michigan, detroit, memphis, stockton. turns out that crime is more
bomb. >> new york city's mayor michael bloomberg says detroit's financial disaster should serve as a warning to all u.s. cities. >> the banks want to pick the bones clean. >> cuts will go into the bone the next time. cuts to police and fire, sanitation, economic development. >> the state of our city has never been stronger. >> what's the matter? >> i'm confused. >> forget about it. >> i don't think there's any mystery about what will happen next. >> the point is, ladies and gentlemen, that greed for lack of a better word, is good. >> when does the greed stop? >> big banks are the real parasites. >> i know which is right for new york. >> good to have you with us. thanks for watching "the ed show." if you have been watching this program over the last month, you know that i have paid a great deal of tang to what is going on in the city of detroit. because i have put out a narrative and now it is being played out by the biggest mayor in america. that there is going to be a template by conservative elected leaders, governors, mayors, when it comes the dealing with obligations, and of
chicago. back to summer like conditions for us new york city 88 degrees will be the high temperature. so summer is back. >> so different than yesterday. >> thas maria. >> they were punished for not doing their jobs after the nghazi terror attacks. a brand new report overnight says secretary of state john kerry has just allowed four state department plies back on the job. kelly wright live in washington with more. >>> we have no independent confirmation of that story. john kerry has decided to reinstate four state department officials to their job after they were placed on administrative leave in the after effect of benghazi. four have been told they can return to their job today, this after 8 months of being in limbo not knowing what their futures would be. the four employees were questioned extensively about the roles they played in regard to the attack on benghazi. they claimed the lives of four americans among them including ambassador chris stevens. they are place was not deemed a disciplinary action then under secretary of state then hillary clinton for the failures that led to the
for watching! good night. >>> tonight on "nightline" -- from new york city to africa to asia. we are investigating the insatiable appetite for illegal ivory. and we'll show you how the demand for this white gold is cutting down wild elephants at an alarming rate. >> go, go. follow him. >> we're on the trail of the biggest suspected illegal ivory dealer in togo, west africa, a man called the boss. >> with the boss. >> but has he been tipped off to the raid? >>> and one of the biggest stars in baseball fights one of the biggest punishments in the game's history. it's a ban for the rest of this season and mention so how did alex rodriguez's day of reckoning end with a night in yankee pinstripes? >> announcer: this special edition of "nightline," "the hunt for >>> thanks for joining us tonight. it's the wild african elephant is ever driven to extinction, man will certainly have plenty of souvenirs of the slaughter. to many an ivory chess set or hand-carved letter opener seems too trivial to kill for, especially a creature of such majesty and intelligence as the elephant. but for so m
crime-fighting tool, stop and frisk, rejected by a federal judge. new york city police commissioner ray kelly joins me to defend it, while trayvon martin's mother gives me her views in an exclusive live interview. >>> ready to run? hillary clinton returns to the stage. what's her strategy and what's the gop plan of attack for 2016? i'll get insights and analysis from our special roundtable. i'm david gregory. all that ahead on "meet the press" this sunday morning, august 18th. >>> straight to the breaking news. a heavy security presence in cairo, egypt, this morning as military rulers are trying to strengthen their control over a country descending into chaos. so, how much worse will it get in egypt? hundreds are dead, nearly 40 christian churches have been torched and looted, and supporters of the ousted president morsi, the muslim brotherhood, are vowing to fight back. we'll have a live report coming up from cairo in just a moment, but back here in washington, the critical question is, are u.s. taxpayers, in effect, footing the bill for the continuing violence? joining me now, two mem
about race and justice. a federal judge rejects new york city's controversial program called stop and frisk. next, my interview with new york city police commissioner ray kelly and his answer to the question of whether people will lose their lives if the program is abandoned. plus, the mother of trayvon martin is here live. she'll share her thoughts on the larger debate about racial profiling. then, newt gingrich says we're a long way away from hillary clinton's "coronation." is he right? our "political roundtable" on 2016 politics. later, our "meet the press" archives. the beginning of a dream. what martin luther king jr. said on this very program just three days before he made history. we're back in one minute. [ male announcer ] the wind's constant force should have disrupted man. instead, man raised a sail. and made "farther" his battle cry. the new ram 1500 -- motor trend's 2013 truck of the year -- the most fuel-efficient half-ton truck on the road -- achieving best-in-class 25 highway miles per gallon. guts. glory. ram. >>> and we are back. now to race, justice and how poli
by the media." that scathing indictment of the new york city leadership prompted, perhaps not surprisingly, an extremely defensive response from new york city mayor michael bloomberg and new york city police commissioner, ray kelly. >> our police officers follow the law and follow the crime. they don't worry if their work doesn't match up to a census chart. let's be clear. people have a right to walk down the street without being targeted by the police, but people also have a right to walk down the street without being killed or mugged. >> what i find the most disturbing and offensive about this decision is the notion that the nypd engages in racial profiling. that simply is recklessly untrue. >> i don't think there's any question that one of the problems we have in our society, today, is that victims and perpetrators of crime are disproportionally young minority men. that's just a fact. >> new york city and its police department have focused their crime fighting efforts to protect the poorest members of our community who are disproportionately the victims of murder and other violent crime
night, seven years ago on new york city's upper west side. nicholas peart was out celebrating his 18th birthday with a friend and a cousin. they'd gone to get a burger at the local mcdonald's, but it was closed, so they sat down on this bench. that's when the trouble started. >> suddenly and out of nowhere, these squad cars pull up to us. cops came out of those cars, demanded we get on the ground. >> reporter: but you weren't doing anything wrong? >> wasn't doing anything wrong. we weren't drinking, hadn't been doing anything except sitting on the benches late at night. >> reporter: nicholas is now 24, a college graduate. he works for a non-profit group in harlem. he says he's been stopped maybe ten times in his life-- he says all of them for no reason. he says he's never been arrested, never been charged with any crime at all. >> i've pretty much lost track of how many times i've been stopped. it's sort of like a rite of passage for a lot of black and brown boys in different neighborhoods around the city. >> reporter: how many times have you been stopped by the police? >> well in the
rapid city upper 80s in new york city. >> we were wondering if summer was going to come back. >> it was teasing us as if there was more to come. >> while you were sleeping, vacation officially ending after a week long trip to martha's vineyard. he squeezes one last round of golf. with the president of world bank. president obama will meet with financial regulators today as they look for a way to strengthen the financial system. >> now to another fox news alert the president's first order of business as he does return home might deal with the growing crisis in egypt. new overnight suspected militants ambushed police officers killing 24 people this after the egyptian army admits killing dozens of brothers and prisoners after a stand offat a cairo mosque. they debate while they should cut off aid to the nation. >>> good morning to you as well. that situation took place at sinai is a reminder of how dire the situations are becoming. one says the aid set aside already doubt the door. he adds when congress returns from washington they have to debate future funding of egypt. the vio
. >>> coming up here, we're going to talk about race and justice. a federal judge rejects new york city's controversial program called stop and frisk. next, my interview with new york city police commissioner ray kelly and his answer to the question of whether people will lose their lives if the program is abandoned. plus, the mother of trayvon martin is here live. she'll share her thoughts on the larger debate about racial profiling. then, newt gingrich says we're a long way away from hillary clinton's "coronation." is he right? our "political roundtable" on 2016 politics. later, our "meet the press" archives. the beginning of a dream. what martin luther king jr. said on this very program just three days before he made history. we're back in one minute. peace of mind is important when you're running a successful business. so we provide it services you can rely on. with centurylink as your trusted it partner, you'll experience reliable uptime for the network and services you depend on. multi-layered security solutions keep your information safe, and secure. and responsive dedicated supp
for mayor of new york city. if none of them get at least 40% of the vote in the september 10 primary, the top two finishers will have a runoff on october 1. our coverage of this 90 minute debate is courtesy of new york one and wnyc radio. >> i'm errol louis or tonight we're at town hall where i'm joined i'm more than 1000 new yorkers as well as our panelists, the host of portal politico, ryan, the show, the host of the brian lehrer show, katie, the city hall bureau chief and grace, political reporter for new york one. the next 90 minutes we been under up to the conversation we will get a chance to learn more about these seven democratic candidates seeking to become our cities next mayor. we are using the twitter hashtag, nyc 2013. our debate is part of nukes official the program for the 2013 elections administered by the city campaign finance board. the board manages the city's public matching funds program which is designed to strengthen the role of average new yorkers and their small dollar contribution. tonight's debate is cosponsored by new york one news, the citizens union of th
, and a federal judge strike downs new york's controversial stop and frisk program. dealing a blow to big city policing across the usa. welcome to the "journal editorial report." in a speech, the first of her 2016 campaign, former secretary of state hillary clinton took aim this week at what she called and assault on votingites, striking down key parts of the landmark 1965 voting rights act and criticizing dozens of state voter i.d. laws that she says restrict ballot access for minorities. >> in 2013 so far, more than 80 bills restricting voting rights have been introduced. not every on stamle is related to race, but anyone who says that racial discrimination is no longer a problem in american elections must not be paying attention. >> joining the panel this week, "wall street journal" columnist, jason riley and senior editorial page writer colin leavy. so i may not have been paying attention but i know you have been paying attention. first of all i think we can put aside the doubts about whether she is running for president. since you have been paying attention, is there evidence of racial di
new york city's stop and frisk policy is unconstitutional. what it means across the country, next. the boys used double miles from their capital one venture card to fly home for the big family reunion. you must be garth's father? hello. mother. mother! traveling is easy with the venture card because you can fly any airline anytime. two words. double miles! this guy can act. wanna play dodge rock? oh, you guys! and with double miles you can actuay use, you never miss the fun. beard growing contest and go! ♪ win! what's in your wallet? win! peace of mind is important when so we provide it services you bucan rely on. with centurylink as your trusted it partner, you'll experience reliable uptime for the network and services you depend on. multi-layered security solutions keep your information safe, and secure. and responsive dedicated support meets your needs, and eases your mind. centurylink. your link to what's next. >>> this is a very dangerous decision m >>> very dangerous decision made by a judge that i think just does not understand how policing works and what is compliant wit
of the peninsula hotel in new york city. she is wearing nothing but lingerie, and people are sitting down trying to enjoy their meal. >> i didn't order buns with the mea meal. >> and yes, she starts to take the bra off. now, it is not illegal to be topless in new york city in public. this is a private location. >> it is kind of funny. it is not appropriate, but some of the people are acting like they just saw godzilla. >> that is not what they are expecting when you are enjoying the summer gazpacho. >> you don't expect it, but it is not about surprise. >> one of the security guys came over and asked them to leave. they are escorted outside of the h hotel. >> but they also call the cops and they hold up. >> this is the best call i got all day. >> they know the rules. they are not going the arrest the girl, but they are getting a kick out of this. the model starts asking them -- and the photographer allen is like -- >> i can get that shot of you handcuffing her? that is so awesome. >> can you imagine if he agreed to handcuff her. >> and how about spanking her. >> and then the cops walk away. >> ca
continues. candidate for mayor in new york city. on what a living waning really means for workers. but first, i'm taking your questions. ask ed live is just ahead. [ male announcer ] in your lifetime, you will lose 3 sets of keys 4 cell phones 7 socks and 6 weeks of sleep but one thing you don't want to lose is any more teeth. if you wear a partial, you are almost twice as likely to lose your supporting teeth. new poligrip and polident for partials 'seal and protect' helps minimize stress, which may damage supporting teeth, by stabilizing your partial. and 'clean and protect' kills odor-causing bacteria. care for your partial. help protect your natural teeth. >>> welcome back. our ask ed live show, first question from terry. why are so few commentators outraged about the conservative destruction of detroit? that would be everybody. for the life of me, i don't know. i think a philosophy of how people do their job. this is just my philosophy. this is what i believe in. i don't think that you do a story and say, oh, well, we've covered that. let's get on to the next one. i've always been one wh
. that chapter is about mayor giuliani and his young tenure in new york city in 1994 tried to bring the video music awards back to new york city. the last two years they been in los angeles. i attended the last three video music awards were mtv was going to build headquarters and take it out of times square. the mayor said no, we will throw out the red carpet for you. mtv took on the challenge and for the first year they said we are going to let her djs really be a part of the show. we will present the awards, walked the red carpet. we will treat you like stars. i was so excited. it was my 22nd birthday. one of the first things i did on camera i was the low bellamy and the mayor of new york city. rudy giuliani was so excited for this moment. bill and i were about to go on live tv and saucer calls for the viewer's choice award. was the biggest award of the night. bill and i were going to resent that later on. as we were standing there, roseanne, the host started making fun of me and she called me out of the republican and said she'd seen me backstage doing something with an mouth to rush limba
on our companion network, c-span democratic candidates running for new york city mayor took part in the debate last night ahead of the city's september 10th primary election. the latest poll shows a tie between public advocate and city council speaker. coming up in an hour we will show you that debate. first, a preview of the race. >> the latest test series ofra debates between the kendis witht less than three weeks before voters in new york city's go the polls. the democratic primary schedule for tuesday, september 10th. if no candidate obtains 40% ofo the vote a runoff will take place between the top two finishers on october the first.t then a leading democrat and republican will face each other and the november 5th general election. the race continues to makethce national headlines.nuesmake for the next hour we will put the candidates in their campaigns in perspective.tive joining as from new york is kato taylor, on the city hall and political be for the new york times. thank you for being with us. >> the pleasure.y >> three weeks to go. set up this race.what y none of the can
is new york city? no. kelton or irene? [ beep ] the state is nevada. nevada. all right, we're gonna take a break. irene and lila tied at $1,800 at the moment. that'll change soon. stay with us. a hhrforddcounty man admits victim.why he won't be going s 3 tragedy at a work sste.wwat led toothe deeth of construction orker in sevvrn. and tte report into the thht &psent a ar into offfthe bayy bridge..te surprising thing thht inveetigators discovered. on fox 45 nnws at irene vazquez is an 8th grader at st. john's school. she's from houston, texas. i'm often asked by people in our studio audience how do i react to the "saturday night live" takeoffs of "jeopardy!" but you're a big "saturday night live" fan, right? i really am. what i want to do when i get older is to write or act on "saturday night live." what did you think of the skits they performed, making fun of me on "jeopardy!"? oh, i thought, well, now that i get to meet you, i see that they're not all correct. [ laughter ] good girl. i hope you do well. kelton ellis is a junior from macon, georgia, also captain of his school's quiz bo
to the drops the new york city area has seen in crime. >> the judge says her mission is not to look at whether it's effective, but whether it's constitutional. she has references that seem to think she's skeptical about the effectiveness. that's not the issue. she says it's whether it's constitutional. how strongly they defended it, it would be stunning if they didn't appeal it. the next is go to court of appeals and get the full panel to look at it. depending on how it goes, it could wind up before the u.s. supreme court. >> interesting as there's a mayoral race going on in that city. i want to bring you in for a second topic. the headline from the justice department coming out as we speak. eric holder speaking before the bar association in san francisco. he's going to announce new sentences for non-violent drug offenders. what will we hear from him? >> the government doesn't do the sentencing. it's the courts. congress, over the years has been reluctant to change the laws on mandatory minimums. they are still on the books. they tend to get mostly used in drug cases. roughly half of the inmat
and horror of the new york city's elite. he's the candidate who from the beginning staked out the strongest position against the city's controversial stop and frisk policy. when the federal judge ruled that policy violates the constitutional rights, bill de blasio's position was so popular, that every single candidate seemed to be taking it up as their own. >> when i'm mayor, unconstitutional stops will end. >> the conversation about stop and frisk are people who are being stopped who did nothing wrong. >> stop and frisk has been misused and abused. >> it's unconscionable that so many people could be racially profiled. >> judge calls it unconstitutional and the guy who always opposed it, wins a round of polling, and suddenly, no one can condemn stop and frisk strongly enough. >> new york city is home to 1.6 million 2012 obama voters. there are approximately 3 million active registered democrats in the city. this is a blue, blue, blue city. and yet, there has not been a democratic mayor in new york city in 20 years, and arguably the last new york city mayor was laguardia who served in the '3
is just a room. [ static warbles ] >> the connection between trayvon martin and new york city's stop and frisk law is next. bill thompson will join me next. this day calls you. to fight chronic osteoarthritis pain. to fight chronic low back pain. to take action. to take the next step. today, you will know you did something for your pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is a pain reliever fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens, you have unusual changes in mood or behavior or thoughts of suicide. anti-depressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. cymbalta is not for children under 18. people taking maois, linezolid or thioridazine or with uncontrolled glaucoma should not take cymbalta. taking it with nsaid pain relievers, aspirin, or blood thinners may increase bleeding risk. severe liver problems, some fatal, were reported. signs include abdominal pain and yellowing skin or eyes. tell your doctor about all your medicines, including those
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